Fire Safety Equipment

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DuPont - Model FM-200 - Fire Suppression Systems

by American Fire Technologies     based in Wilmington, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

DuPont FM-200 (also known as HFC-227ea) is a Clean Agent Fire Suppressant and is probably the most popular of the Clean Agent family meeting the NFPA Standard 2001 Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems. FM-200 is rated for use on Class A, B, and C type fires. It is stored as a liquid and vaporizes in the distribution within the hazard. FM-200 is ...

Temporary Firewater Systems

by BakerCorp     based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The diagram below shows a temporary firewater system in which water can be stored and supplied during new construction projects in order to meet local fire authority requirements until a permanent municipal system is installed.

Fire Fighting Equipment

by BOMBAS IDEAL S.A.     based in Massalfasar, SPAIN

This equipment uses Bombas Ideal's range of DIN 24255 standard pumps. Extensive experience in the manufacture of fire-fighting equipment has allowed standardization in the design and manufacture of this product whilst meeting the requirements of the UNE 23500-90. Standard and CEPREVEN Technical Rule R. T.2-ABAAccording to standards UNE-EN and ...

Deluge Systems

by FLAMEX, Inc.     based in Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

When fire begins in a Dust Collector, Bin or Silo, suppression is normally achieved by flooding or deluging the vessel with water. Prior to installing a system for this purpose, design criteria must be followed (as documented in NFPA 15) to ensure that the system responds effectively for the specific application. Such a system must be fast to ...

Fire Fighting

by RAM EUROPE     based in ORCHOMENOS, GREECE

Tank with variable capacity (from 1700 to 3000 lit). It supplied with bistable high pressure pump, two launching pipes with adjustment of the launching bundle, tube roller 1'' length 30 m and appropriate devices for filling the tank by outside water sources etc.

Inline Deflagration Flame Arresters

by Flammer GmbH     based in Cleebronn, GERMANY

An in-line deflagration flame arrester prevents light-back at deflagration of potentially explosive vapour-air and/ or gas-air mixtures. If a flame front propagates through a pipe, its speed will increase proportionally to the length of the pipe. If a pipe is shorter than 50 times (respectively 30 times for explosion group IIB and IIC) its ...

Survivair Cougar Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

by CG Industrial Safety     based in Peekskill, NEW YORK (USA)

The Cougar, while not NFPA-compliant, still provides excellent respiratory protection in environments that are Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH). By eliminating unnecessary fire-fighting features, costs are kept low. Features include a comfortable silicone facepiece, reliable pneumatics, whistle or bell alarm, metal seat belt buckle, ...

Survivair Panther Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

by CG Industrial Safety     based in Peekskill, NEW YORK (USA)

Designed for firefighting, the Panther low-pressure or high pressure SCBA has first and second stage regulators, First-Breath-On and an Air Klic regulator fastener. Features include a wide-angle silicone facepiece with anti-fog lens, a pressure gauge, a choice of alarms and a 30-minute, 45-minute or 60-minute cylinder. Available mounted on a ...

Industrial Tanks - Fire Protection

by The Crom Corporation     based in Gainesville, FLORIDA (USA)

The Crom Corporation has extensive experience building tanks for industrial and institutional clients. Our products are well suited for the following market sectors: Industrial Processing, Food Processing, Power, Pulp and Paper, Alternative Fuels.

Hydrant

by Duvalco Valves & Fittings Pte Ltd     based in SINGAPORE

Up to DN80mm Underground Screwdown Fire Hydrant Manufactured in ductile iron, this hydrant fully meets the requirements of BS 750 type 2. Outlet is to gunmetal (London thread design) and ductile iron (Bayonet or instantaneous). Potable water compatible materials to BS 6920 are used throughout. The seating for the stopper is in EPDM to EN681-1 and ...

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